THE GIFT OF GRIEF: FINDING LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS OF LOSS
We are bombarded with tragedies such as terrorist attacks, the Japanese tsunami, the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting, the Boston Marathon bombing and the war in the Syria. Events are immediately brought into our homes and businesses through television and our electronic devises.
The emotions we feel on watching these reports enter the cellular structure of our bodies, creating feelings of sadness, loss of energy and the stress symptoms that create disease. Therapists are reporting unexplained sadness in their patients, and 98 percent of doctor visits are stress-related. And yet, we have a need to know.
Instead of relying on medications or addictive behaviors to ease the pain, author Therese Tappouni teaches healthier techniques that can help heal our hearts, as well as our minds. In her book, The Gifts of Grief: Finding Light in the Darkness of Loss, she shares:
- Simple, powerful tools that harness the heart’s intelligence
- Tell you why positive thinking is NOT enough
- How she healed herself from her own life tragedies
- How grief goes global and how we can use the same energy to heal on the global level